That error code means the turbo vanes/actuator are stuck. The turbo either needs replacing, or completely stripping and cleaning.
I don't recommend replacing it, as there's nothing wrong with the turbo that a good clean won't fix, and it'll only happen again over time anyway even with a new turbo. Plus, cleaning it is much cheaper. I had a mechanic mate sort mine - took him most of the day and he charged me £200. So I'd expect a repair bill of at least that amount.
Keep your RPM under 2k until you've got it sorted, otherwise you'll bust the actuator.
Oh, by the way - you can ignore the P1000 code as it isn't a fault code as such. You'll see it quite often. Not 100% sure exactly what it does mean, but the bottom line is there's nothing wrong if that's the only code you've got.
I don't have an awful lot of sympathy to be honest. Doing 10mph over the limit is an honest error of judgement. Doing almost two and a half times the speed limit is nothing short of idiotic.
the fact that it was late at night makes no difference. It only takes one other person to be on the road, and that's when crashes happen.
I get sick of reading "oh no i broke the law, please tell me how to get out of punishment" threads on car forums. you were stupid and they caught you being stupid. Take whatever punishment as a lesson. The bigger the better as far as i'm concerned.
I have an F-Super, it's pretty good. The only downer is that it can be a pain to set up initially as you need to tell the software which COM port the F-super is plugged into. It doesn't auto-detect it for some reason. The instructions that come with the software explain how to do this, though.
I recently had the turbo done on mine. The F-Super found code P132B, and a mate did it for me (he's a mechanic) for £200. A very good price considering it took him most of a Saturday (between Christmas and New Year last year) to do it.
You should check that the guide pins are not bent. Had this happen myself, and it stopped the pad moving fully off the top of the disc when the brakes were off. Resulted in a massive amount of heat build-up, warped disk, 'wedged' pads, and I ended up replacing the bearing assembly as well (though I was never 100% if the heat had caused damage to the bearing, or if it was just coincidence). That was all down to a very slightly bent guide pin. It looked fine, but if you put it in a drill on a low speed and spin it, any bend - even a slight one, will become very evident.
All dealerships are the same shower of cash cowboys
Sorry if that seems negative but its sadly the truth I've been there saw it.
Had my 2005 Mondeo two weeks when I noticed the driver's side of the heated screen didn't work (bought in January 2012). Took it back for them to look at, and they said "yeah, the wiring's corroded, needs a new screen".
....yeah? So.... when can you do it?
We won't. You'll have to go through your insurance.
I stood and argued about this - about the fact that because the screen was structurally fine, I could not go through the insurance. The bloke then has the audacity to tell me "yeah, but if it were to develop a crack...." - roughly translated; "chuck a brick through it".
After I pointed out two things; first it was insurance fraud they were asking me to commit. Second, I'd still have a £75 excess to pay. He THEN offered to pay the excess "out of his own pocket" - like I meant to be grateful! At this point I demanded a full refund of the £4,500 I'd paid cash for the car. All of a sudden they relented, and agreed to replace the screen at their own expense.
I won't name the dealer, but it rhymes with Devon's Falshaw.
Now that you've said that, I'm thinking there's a faulty earth. I have no idea where all the earthing points are on your car but I'd wager a large turnip that all the problems you've had share a common earth.
The guy who wrote Flappy Bird lives in Hanoi, Vietnam. It took him about three days to make it. For some reason it's become a massive hit. It's a free game - completely free - and he earns money from in-game ads. Prior to it being removed from the app store, the rumour is that it was generating $50,000 of ad revenue per day.
He's just a kid, and a lot of the things that have been said to him are disgusting. He's had death threats, threats to his family of a nature I don't care to go into, it goes on. When he got sick of it all and said he was going to pull the game, all of that escalated. A lot of people are complaining that they broke their screens from tapping it - which is a load of rubbish in my opinion. Probably the truth is that the game is so frustrating (it really is), they lost their temper and threw their phone at a wall.
Anyway, just goes to show how sick some members of the human race really are, to threaten to kill etc over a silly game. Slightly worrying that most of those people are probably roaming free in society, and even more so, what the hell are they going to be like as adults?